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Which of the following statements about informal measures is not accurate?
Informal assessment tools are designed to predict future performance.
Most informal assessment tools are not standardized and do not provide information about reliability and validity.
Designing an informal assessment tool is a time-consuming process.
Informal assessment tools often augment information gained from formal assessments.
Observation is an informal assessment technique that is
indirect and unobtrusive
direct and obtrusive
direct and unobtrusive
indirect and obtrusive
What is the type of reporting in which the observer attempts to describe everything that is happening in the context of the classroom?
If an observer wants to identify antecedents and consequences of a student's behavior, this type of observation is useful:
When measuring discrete behaviors, one type of recording measures the amount of time it takes a student to begin a task. This recording is called
none of the above
Which of the following is not an observable behavior?
writing the answers to multiplication problems correctly
circling nouns in sentences
saying the names of the characters in a book
thinking about a literary passage
Which of the following assessment approaches is the most comprehensive?
Structural task analysis is concerned with
the developmental sequence of the skills of a task
the task in terms of the demands placed on the learner
the most logical order for completing the task
the prerequisite skills needed to be acquired before a specific task is presented
Which of the following statements about criterion-referenced tests is not accurate?
Criterion-referenced tests compare a student's performance to the goals of the curriculum, not the performance of a norm group.
Criterion-referenced tests emphasize mastery of content material.
Criterion-referenced tests often assist the teacher in making instructional decisions about what to teach next.
Criterion-referenced tests are screening devices that assess a broad range of content.
involves changing several variables of instruction at once to determine which instruction is most effective
is a brief, one-time measure of a single instructional alternative
is a form of single-subject research
is an important way to gather information about a student's school history
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